Wolfsburg are the next Bundesliga side trying to stop high-flying Bayern Munich and Wolves go into this game high on confidence, having beaten Greuther Furth away last time out. The Bavarians are searching for their fifth victory on the bounce and they are clearly the favourites here.
The club are still feeling the ill-effects of Felix Magath’s reign, who splashed plenty of cash on new players but failed to get the maximum out of his side. After signing all kinds of players over the last few years, Wolfsburg did a good job last summer, signing the likes of Fagner, Naldo, Dost and Olic, among others, while also adding Ivan Perisic to the side in January. With Diego and Vieirinha already in the side, Wolves have become pretty dangerous up front, although their attack-minded style of football is often leaving the back line completely exposed. Having produced several pretty good showings after the winter break, Wolves can be trusted to score at least one goal and make life difficult for their more illustrious opponents.
After losing back to back league titles to bitter rivals Borussia Dortmund as well as the Champions League final at their Alianz Arena, club chiefs decided enough was enough and splashed the cash to seriously reinforce the squad over the summer. Heavy summer recruitment has helped the Bavarians create a 15-point cushion at the Bundesliga summit, while the team have done well to stay in contention for trophies in the Champions League and DFB Pokal. Jupp Heynckes has made sure his side do not lose momentum after the winter break, with Bayern going on to win last four games in the Bundesliga, scoring 11 goals and conceding no goals in the process. With several important players set to return to the side, the Bavarians look a good bet to continue the rich vein of form.
I belive that away team is already focus on matchs with Arsenal, so some mistakes tonight are possible and beacause that i bellive that boat teams can score tonight and a few goals are already have been seen in my opinion.